ARTHUR J NOSKIN
February 1, 1930 – November 4, 2019
With a saddened heart but uplifted spirit we announce the celebrated life of Arthur Noskin, 89 years young. Art lived life to its fullest and celebrated many events with his many friends, children and grandchildren. Artie loved life and refused to sit back and watch it go by. He joined the marines and served our great country in Korea. When arriving back in the states, his entrepreneurial spirit came forward and created his first of many successful businesses, Fetch and Carry, a freight carrier delivering trunks to the many sleep away camps in New York and Pennsylvania. Artie then went on to found Polymer Plastics Corp, a manufacturer of coatings and surfaces for the construction and recreation industries. His charism was apparent, and he had the ability to create immediate relationships. Artie was very active in the community in which he lived, The Greens. He would organize his famous outings to Washington DC, Philadelphia and the Army-Navy football games. Art loved to travel and covered most of the four corners of the world. He frequently went on cruise ships often creating relationships and visiting his new acquaintances after his vacation ended. Art truly loved his family and would relish trips visiting his grandchildren at their college and spending time on campus meeting and socializing with their friends. He took great interest in knowing what each grandchild was doing and embraced any and all information he could receive. Artie was a doer and could never be a bystander. He loved life and life loved him back. We celebrate his life! He will be very missed by his loving family. His children and their spouses; Dennis and Lynn Noskin, Steven and Marianne Noskin and Amy and Kenneth Kaplan and of course his grandchildren; Joshua, Daniel, Benjamin, Lindsey, Jordan, Dylan, Mollie, Sam and Max. In lieu of flowers, donations in his memory can be sent to the Chai Center of Dix Hills.
- Arthur Noskin Thursday, November 7, 2019
ARTHUR J NOSKIN
Michelle Wagner Conniff
November 11, 2019
My father Buddy and Artie were babies together in apartments one above the other. As young men, they were in Club Laicos (social spelled backwards) and they were in each other’s weddings. They remained friends and when my folks moved out to Arizona, visited back and forth and went on cruises together.
Artie visited last November, and soon after my mom got ill. She passed in May, and his visit is remembered as her last positive social event. Buddy feels like he lost a brother, and I will always think of Artie with affection.
Bud Wagner and Michelle Wagner Conniff